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I want people recognize me by my work : Romana

I want people recognize me by my work : Romana

Culture Desk Romana Nirr is very talented actress in our country. This young talent recently talked with The Daily Tribunal. She shared some lighter moment and her future plan to work in film. She said recently she finished work of the movie ‘Valobasi Koto Bujhabo Kemone’ directed by A Q Khokon and co actors are


BFDC to celebrate ‘Jatio Cholochitro Dibosh’ 3rd on April

Culture Desk Bangladesh Film Development Corporation arraigned a whole day program at 3rd April to celebrate ‘Jatio Cholochitro Dibosh.’ First time BFDC management organized the program themselves. The program arraigned by Director, assistant director, producer, artist, management and camera man association. Hasan Imam present as president of this program. The program will start with raising


National Film Day on April 3

The National Film Day 2018 will be observed in a befitting manner under the auspices of the Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (BFDC) and the National Film Observance Committee on April 3 Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, understanding the impact of films on society, tabled a bill in the provincial assembly of erstwhile


Kaler Putul hits cinemas

Aka Reza Ghalib’s directorial debut film Kaler Putul has been released on Friday. Inspired by Agatha Christie’s mystery novel And Then There Were None, Kaler Putul stars actors like Ferdous, Bithi Rani Sarkar, Raisul Islam Asad, Shahed Ali, Lutfar Rahman George, Reetu Sattar and others. The film’s official synopsis says: “Ten apparent strangers are invited


Babita calls to stand up for underprivileged children

Culture Desk Audience-admired veteran actress Babita has urged everyone to stand beside the underprivileged children of the society. Attending an awareness concert for the underprivileged children, the actress expressed her aspiration to create awareness among people for the underprivileged children. To prevent child labour, an US-based non-profit organisation Distress Children and Infants International (DCII) organized


BSA holds installation exhibit marking March 25

Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) organised a two-day special installation exhibition at its premises, along with cultural programmes and a candle-light vigil, marking March 25, the dark night in the country’s history on which date in 1971 the Pakistan army launched a genocide against Bangalees. The programme is part of BSA’s “Shilper Aloye Muktijuddho” programme. Cultural


Noor for practicing native culture

Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor today called for raising humanitarian qualities among every citizen by practicing native culture to become a developed nation. “For overall development of the country, everyone will have to bear humanitarian qualities. New generation must be inspired to practicing cultural events including sports, music and arts,” he told the inaugural ceremony